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This is a wonderful museum and the tour guide was fantastic! We almost missed out on it due to road construction blocking the entrance but I called and the tour guide told us another way to get in. I'm so glad we did! It was...More
As we were driving, noticed the Cotton Museum. Had to stop. We're glad we did.
Warmly welcomed at the main plantation home and gift area. Were surprised at the great items in the main home, then proceeded to the actual museum. Tangie was our tour...More
Our son and daughter in law recently got married at the Louisiana Cotton Museum. We put on a car show wedding.
The space was wonderful. The accommodations are top rate!! The employees all are great people. They made sure every area was cleaned and to...More
They were closed on the day we came through this area so I cannot speak to what's available here inside the museum. I did stop and enjoy the outside grounds though and this is a fantastic spot. The barn has signs up about farming changes...More
The lady who works the main building is awesome! She sounds like Paula Deen. She knows a lot about cotton and the history. Nicely restored buildings and old cotton gin. Hands-on separating cotton seed from cotton. Beautiful setting with large pecan trees and benches. Free.
We were passing through and didn't have time for the full tour but this little museum has so much to offer. The woman working in the gift shop was very gracious and helpful. We will definitely plan a longer visit on our next trip.
Wow, can't believe nobody ever reviewed this museum before...Very interesting museum. There are various buildings on this cotton plantation. The office building houses two exhibits, there is the old commissary, an old slave cabin, a chapel, a gin with many old tools in the back,...More